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Dec 4, 2013 11:30pm PST
all benefit from no matter where you live. a property tax check was recently stolen out of a curbside mailbox. to avoid becoming a victim of check fraud or identity theft of any kind police suggest we use big, blue post office boxes on the side of the street. especially when sending bills. don't put them in your mailbox at your home. caught on camera, fremont police hope you will recognize this man and help capture him. detectives posted this on youtube. it shows him rumaging through a drawer during a home break in. police have not revealed what was taken. the theft happened inside a home about 12:30 on saturday afternoon. they got this really quality surveillance tape. >>> a possible kidnapping was caught on ac transit surveillance video. an ac transit driver pulled up to a bus stop in mill pea dislast night. a woman appeared to be trying to board the bus when a man pulled her away and toward the back of a nearby business. the bus driver called 9-1-1, but by the time police arrived both people were gone. >>> developing news. workers plan to work off the job at fast-food outlets acros
Dec 4, 2013 7:00pm PST
is a good tipper, by the way, have a good night. - look, i don't need these, liz. your tax return is the same every year. - actually, i'll have you know that this has been a year of change, howard. i joined an over-40 dance team, i started eating the lettuce on my plate under my onion rings, and i have taken up meditation thanks to my boyfriend criss.
Dec 2, 2013 7:00pm PST
which estimates it loses about $1 billion in use taxes from online sales. that could pay for 11,000 teachers or 7,000 police officers. in palo alto, david louie, abc 7 news. >>> and sales from the black friday weekend were not what retailers were hoping to see. the national reation federation says people spent a total of $57 went 4 billion between thursday and sunday -- $57.4 billion between thursday and sunday but down 3% from last year. broken down by individual shoppers. each consumer spent about $407 this holiday weekend, down from $423 last year. one retail analyst says aggressive promotions before thanksgiving may have taken some sales away from the black friday weekend. sort of stole the thunder perhaps. >> we've had incredible weather there then through now. >> we have. if you're going shopping, get yourself a heavy coat. to say things are changing is quite an understatement. we've been talking about how unusually mild the weather has been. this week will be remembered for how unusually cold it's going to be. here's live doppler 7 h.d., moisture up to the north. shriekin
Dec 2, 2013 9:00pm PST
of california. which estimates it loses about 1 billion dollars in use tax from his on line sales. that could pay for 11,000 teachers or 7000 police officers. in palo alto, david louie abc 7 news. >> teenager whose skirt set on fire returned to school today. sasha of oakland wac the victim of hate crime and while recovering from some severe burns sasha talked about wanting nothing more than than to return to ask and back studying and back with friends. 7 news reporter lee ann has that story. >>reporter: 4 week after being attacked on a bus, 18-year-old sasha fleishman returned to school. there were no celebrations today. just a low key welcome. last thursday sasha talked about being away from school. >> i missed school. and i missed going to class. i missed if being with my friends every day. >>reporter: sasha's mother was excited about this moment. >> i'm great. i'm thrilled. i'm happy that they are back and i hope that they will be able to get back that the swing of studying. >>reporter: month ago sasha was on board an ac transit bus. had fallen asleep when police say a 16-year-ol
Dec 5, 2013 9:00pm PST
inside working. many here were retired. some like tax consultant victoria have good paying jobs. >> i'm financially secure but i am surrounded by people who are not and it breaks my heart. >>reporter: recent study on wages in the industry found that more than half of the family of front-line fast-food workers are also enrolled in public funded safety net program. but labor says it's difficult unionizing them because of the high turn over rates. >> tomorrow way people can survive apparently is by being off government benefits that's wrong. >>reporter: mcdonald's said today we offer employees competitive pay and benefits. events taking place are not strikes. outside groups are traveling to the mcdonald's and other outlets to stage rally. california restaurant association issued a statement which says in part that doubling the federal minimum wage ignores the economic of running restaurants which generally operate on razor thin profit margin. this is 7 news is that coming up next on 7 news at 9:00. new opportunity news at 9:00. new opportunity for sf. >> the nation oldest black ow
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